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Digital Matte Painting And Projection Basics: From Photoshop To Maya To Nuke, Part 1

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This tutorial series covers a variety of basic techniques for both creating and projecting matte paintings using Photoshop, Maya and Nuke. The first part of the tutorial will cover how to approach the creation of a matte painting, the research and background knowledge you need, the concept, and finally starting to create your matte painting in Photoshop.


Also available in this series:

  1. Digital Matte Painting And Projection Basics: From Photoshop To Maya To Nuke, Part 1
  2. Digital Matte Painting And Projection Basics: From Photoshop To Maya To Nuke, Part 2
  3. Digital Matte Painting And Projection Basics: From Photoshop To Maya To Nuke, Part 3

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